I am not responsible if you flash these radios/modems and break something.
all .ril files have been removed, some scripts cleaned up. I have tested all of these and can verify they are working on both ICS and JB.
// How to install //
1) Boot into Recovery Mode 2) Flash radio .zip 3) After flashing is completed, reboot.
Getting complaints of echo on the other end of the line from callers? If you are running a CM based Jellybean ROM chances are you need to navigate from PHONE > SETTINGS > (turn on) Enable noise suppression.
Example: UVLH1; Breakdown; First 2 letters are the network carrier codes; IE: UV (T-Mobile, USA) Second 2 letters are the year and month the firmware was released; The first letter determines the year, the second is the month: Letter Year Month A 2001 January B 2002 February C 2003 March D 2004 April E 2005 May F 2006 June G 2007 July H 2008 August I 2009 September J 2010 October K 2011 November L 2012 December The last number. This is a number (sometimes a letter) at the very end of the firmware, which refers to the release number of the firmware. If the release number is higher than 9, it will be letters, so A = 10; B = 11; C = 12 etc...
SGH-T889 MK7 (T-Mobile Note 2) SGH-T989D TLMC4 (Telus) 4.1.2 SGH-T989-UVMC6 (T-Mobile) 4.1.2 Blaze 4G UVMB1 SGH-T879 UVMA1 (T-Mobile Note) Blaze 4G UVLH5 (T-Mobile) SGH-T989 UVLI4 (T-Mobile) 4.0.4 SGH-T989 UVLI1 (T-Mobile) 4.0.4 SGH-T989 UVLH1 (T-Mobile) 4.0.4 SGH-T879 UVLG3 (Galaxy Note) SGH-T989D TLLG2 (Koodo) Blaze 4G LF4 (T-Mobile) SGH-T989D TLLE4 (Telus) SGH-T989 UVLE1 (T-Mobile) 4.0.3 SGH-T989 LC8 (T-Mobile) 4.0.3 (Leak) Blaze 4G LB7 (T-Mobile) SGH-T989 UVKL1 (T-Mobile) 2.3.6 SGH-T989D KJ3 (Telus) SGH-T989 UVDLE (T-Mobile) 2.3.6